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Travis Nott

July 21, 2003

Travis Nott Obituary

Raymond Travis Nott, 19, of Glouster, passed
away on Monday, July 21, 2003 in Perry County.
He was born Feb. 16, 1984 in Bethesda, Md.

Travis was employed by Krogers of Trimble and
was a sophomore at Ohio University. He
graduated from Trimble High School in 2001,
where he was a member of the National Honor
Society, president of Student Council and a
member of the Trimble Mock Trial Team. He
received many honors in football. In 2001, he
was 1st Team All District and Honorable Mention
All-State. He also was working as an assistant
coach with the Trimble football program.

Travis received a Congressional nomination to
the U.S. Naval Academy. He was a delegate at
Buckeye Boys' State and, thereafter, served as
a Boys' State counselor. He was a member and
patriotic instructor for Johhn S. Townsend Camp
108 Sons of Union Veterans of the Civil War; a
member of Sons of Veteran Reserves, where he
served in Battery I, 1st Ohio Light Artillery
Co. and served as a corporal in the 63rd Ohio
Volunteer Infantry Co. G; and was a member of
the National Civil War Artillery Association.

He is survived by his mother, Mary Palmer
Anderson of Three Rivers, Texas; his father and
stepmother, Isaac J. and Janie Nott of
Glouster; a grandmother, Rose palmer of
Buffalo, N.Y.; a brother, Trent Nott of
Glouster; half sisters, Tara Kock of
Jacksonville and Calendra Nott of Arizona; a
stepbrother, Josh Reynolds of Glouster;
stepsisters, Gina Shoults of New Lexington, Kim
Nutter of Logan and Stacy Reynolds of New
Lexington; stepgrandparents, Roy and Helen
Anderson of Wisconsin Dells, Wis.; and a large
extended family. He also is survived by a
special group of friends known as the "Four
Horsemen," which included Travis, Jeff Trace,
Adam Faires and Kyle Andrews; and a close
friend, Phil Faires.

He was preceded in death by his stepfather, Roy
Anderson; paternal grandparents, Raymond and
Lillian Nott; and maternal grandfather, Raymond
Palmer.

Travis will be greatly missed by his family and
friends.

Services will be held Friday, 11 a.m., at
Bishopville Church of Christ with John Wright
officiating. Following the funeral service,
Travis will be cremated and his cremains will
be taken to Gettysburg National Park.

A memorial stone will be placed at Beech Grove
Cemetery at a later date.

Friends may call at the church on Thursday from
2 to 4 and 6 to 8 p.m.

Contributions may be made to the Travis Nott
Football Scholarship Fund, c/o Sandy Gyure, PO
Box 187, Glouster, OH 45732.

Arrangements are being handled by Morrison
Funeral Chapel Glouster-Bishopville.

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